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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or Staffgojomo Date: Nov 12, 2009 2:29pm
Forum: web Subject: Re: Question on Viewing Pages Via Wayback (AKA the world's most excessively long message board Post in Glorious Technicolor/Panavision)

When you request a specific URL, the results show only if we have that exact URL. When you choose the 'all pages' option, it looks for any URLs that are *extensions* of the original URL fragment. I believe that's what you're seeing: we don't have the 'root' page, but do have other longer URLs on the same site.

- Gordon @ IA

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Poster: The_Emperor_Of_Television Date: Nov 12, 2009 3:11pm
Forum: web Subject: Re: Question on Viewing Pages Via Wayback (AKA the world's most excessively long message board Post in Glorious Technicolor/Panavision)

Thanks for the answer, that does seem to be the case.